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An organic garden with
a long circular walk in North West Devon

Bocombe Mill Cottage, Bocombe,
Near Clovelly, Devon
EX39 5PH

Phone:
01237 451293

Owners:
Chris Butler & David Burrows

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Welcome...
..to Bocombe Mill Cottage, an organic garden in North West Devon open as part of the National Gardens Scheme.

In 2015 the 5 acres of Bocombe Mill Cottage Garden will, for the tenth year, be open exclusively for the benefit of the National Gardens Scheme (NGS). All of the money from our Admission Charges and sales of Homemade Teas go directly to the NGS, which supports charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support and many more. Our open days are:

The whole Bank Holiday weekend at the end of May, that’s Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th and Monday 25th May. From 12 noon to 5pm.
Plus, in June, Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th at the same times

If you're a group of 10 or more you can make an appointment for visits with guided tours from the beginning of March until the end of September.

December 2018
December 2018
A perennial climber from Chile grows (and flowers) almost all year round in the mild climate of South West England. We’ve encouraged the red flowering plants as oppose to the orange flowers that we think lack impact. Both seed readily. Known as the Chilean Glory Vine, or Chilean Vine, or Glory Vine. Eccremocarpus scaber.
See more pictures of the gardens through the months in our "Photo diary"
More views of the garden
A beautiful garden in North West Devon open exclusively for the benefit of the National Gardens Sheme
5 acres of gardens,wild flower meadow, orchard and goat hillside in the peace and tranquility of the rugged North West Devon coast
Set in a small wooded valley
Circular Garden Walk of just under one mile
Opening times

Potting shed notes - read our Blog
Read what others have said about the gardens at Bocombe Mill Cottage
Bocombe Mill Cottage is a NO SMOKING garden. Sorry no pets.

Location Opening times The gardens Circular walk
Photo diary Garden history Local places of interest Blog flower Press